A college student on his way home from class Thursday night said he witnessed a brutal crime in progress and put his own life on the line when he jumped into action.
Police were serving a warrant Tuesday on Madison Street, sources told CBS 2. The man they were looking for was wanted for the 2010 shooting of a Pace University student.
Big Blue will hold training camp this summer at the Timex Performance Center, their year-round headquarters at the Meadowlands.
Officer Aaron Hess will face several days of testimony in a civil deposition against him. A grand jury declined to press criminal charges against him.
The New York State Federation Of Taxi Drivers has set up a relief effort that is aiming to raise $100,000. A separate effort is being undertaken by a Latino fraternity at Pace University, where a relative of the victims is a freshman.
A federal judge said Wednesday he’s not inclined to dismiss claims against Westchester County Public Safety Commissioner George Longworth.
Two of the biggest stars in the world of Hip Hop have thrown a new spotlight on the shooting death of Pace University student Danroy “D.J.” Henry.
Officer Aaron Hess has filed a lawsuit against Briarcliff Wines and Liquors, the store where 20-year-old Danroy ”DJ” Henry allegedly purchased alcohol the night he was shot and killed in Thornwood, N.Y.
“The pain of losing our son so suddenly is insatiable and not only has his absence changed us forever, but his suffering will always haunt us as well,” Henry’s parents said in a statement.
When college students in New York City learn about conditions at their dining halls, they might lose their lunch.
A group of New York students are making themselves old for college credit.
A police union has given its Officer of the Year award to the policeman who shot and killed a college football player during a disturbance in the New York City suburbs.
A judge has dismissed all charges against four New York college football players who were arrested after a teammate was killed by a police officer.
Prosecutors sought Wednesday to dismiss charges against four teammates of a Pace University college football player arrested after he was fatally shot by a police officer.
The Westchester County district attorney said Monday that jurors found no reasonable cause for an indictment in the death of 20-year-old Danroy Henry Jr.